These 5 Designers Are Releasing Limited Edition Pieces for New York Fashion Week

Gregory P. Daily

It’s no surprise that New York Fashion Week looks a little different this year. It only takes a quick glance at the schedule to discover that the majority of shows will be live streamed, with a few timed lookbook releases and even fewer offsite shows in the mix too. So, in lieu of a typical season, designers are thinking outside of the box. As just one example, take Jason Wu, Rodarte, Prabal Gurung, LaQuan Smith, and AARMY— all of whom have each designed limited-edition pieces in a new shopping-focused initiative called NYFW: The Drops, launched in collaboration with IMG.

“Living through a pandemic has been really challenging for all of us, but I am so proud of the creativity I’ve seen and how the industry has really come together during this challenging time to support the fashion community,” designer Jason Wu tells Vogue. “I think it is vital that New

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How the Most Extreme Street Style Star Is Dressing for Digital Fashion Week

Gregory P. Daily

Men’s fashion month has become almost completely digital. And while we’ve enjoyed watching the likes of Prada, Louis Vuitton, and Dior on our screens (and playing Balenciaga’s freaky fantasy video game) there’s no denying that we are missing the in-person component, seeing the street style and being seen ourselves. But the show must go on. And even though there is a lack of street style slideshows, some fashion show guests are still dressing up. Yu Masui, a LVMH scout and one of the most outré dressers of Fashion Week, has been outfitting himself each day in anticipation for the shows.

Masui has long been known for wearing young designers, mixing and matching their pieces with larger brands to create a radical, colorful mélange. “[Watching digital shows] is kind of a mixed feeling. Excited and sad,” writes Masui from Japan, where he lives. “Digital content has definitely improved compared with

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Animal prints to lace, first Arab men’s fashion week is an outright adventure

Gregory P. Daily

From animal print ensembles to lacy hoodies and flared silky slacks, Arab men on Thursday (Jan 28) got their first-ever fashion week, with the three-day event showcased virtually online.

Designer Furne One of Amato Couture, loved in Dubai for his ethereal designs, opened the unprecedented event with an Autumn/Winter 2021 collection named The First Temptation.

Set in the desert, the models all wore white, including lacy hoodies and pants. The traditional dishdasha robe worn by men across the Arab Gulf was featured, but revisited with a slit down the front.

Read more: What’s a fashion designer to do during a pandemic? Turn to film directing

“The world around us is changing, so too are attitudes towards fashion, and nowhere more so than in the Middle East,” said Mohammed Aqra, chief strategist at the Arab Fashion Council.

“Arab Fashion Week Men’s presents the breadth of menswear beyond formal attire and

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First ever Arab fashion week for men kicks off virtually

Gregory P. Daily
A screenshot from a video included in the first-ever fashion week held for Arab men, held virtually starting on January 28, 2021. PHOTO: YouTube/Times Of Isreal

From animal print ensembles to lacy hoodies and flared silky slacks, Arab men on Thursday got their first-ever fashion week, with the three-day event showcased virtually online.

Designer Furne One of Amato Couture, loved in Dubai for his ethereal designs, opened the unprecedented event with a fall/winter 2021-2022 collection entitled “The First Temptation”.

Set in the desert, the models all wore white, including lacy hoodies and pants. The traditional dishdasha robe worn by men across the Arab Gulf was featured, but revisited with a slit down the front.

“The world around us is changing, so too are attitudes towards fashion, and nowhere more so than in the Middle East,” said Mohammed Aqra, chief strategist at the Arab Fashion Council.

“Arab Fashion Week-Men’s presents the

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